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Its local place. Very good to try seafood. But! But there is one importnat thing! That food during weekend is not so good! You can see diference : first photo with panini with octopus was taken on thursday, other (where is a little bit burned...More
We spent the day here in August. While not peak season it was certainly very busy as we were there during extremely hot weather. We didn't pay for sunbeds and umbrella but rather found a spot close to the rocky side of the bay in...More
So nice with great grilled fishdishes and only locals! With clear blue water and a great view! The little bay needs to be found cause it's just outside of Polignano a Mare but it's only a five minute walk and it's worth it!
Loved everything about this place. The staff, the ambience. It was busy on a Sunday but had more choice of fish. The hygiene was good, the fish fresh and we loved every visit. It was all cooked to order. I had cuttle-fish, mussels,octopus and prawns....More
We had driven all through Polignano and eventually found a car park on our right (in fact, it turned out to be opposite the Alalama B&B we stayed in for our last night!) and there was space! We were hungry, so managed to work out...More
On a warm day this is a great place to spend a few hours. It's hard to find and hidden. Walk north through Polignano, follow the path by the sea front across from a Beach resort. When this runs out go up some stairs past...More
We were at Cala Paura for a nice afternoon of sun and sea, expecting to find maybe a panino. What we found instead was the freshest seafood, nice honest local hosts, perhaps the best gamberoni alla griglia we ever had, great pepata di cozze, an...More
If you wish to get a taste of the real southern Italy check out this Lido. To call it a beach would be too much. It's a former ramp for fishing boats in a natural inlet between the rocks just outside the historic centre of...More